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. with some complaining the city hasn't been enforcing no parking rules or adding crime patrols. >> and we think they should have been doing this the whole year. >> right now, there's a lot of things that still need to be worked out but we're hopeful over the next few weeks it won't be a total nightmare for residents. >> the first play-off game here is wednesday. not clear yet whether that will be a day or night game. >> thank you, tom. >>> well, veronica's here now. what a warm day it is today. >> a few more days. we have one more day of summer. then we're into fall. then we're into almost winter type conditions. >> oh, my. >> exactly. just like that. see? jim knows. mid-november type air coming in for the second half of our weekend. but it is gorgeous right now. nice and mild. finally this front through. so we're seeing a blue sky and a little bit of wind, too. look at the flags in the distance as we look toward the kennedy center. 79 degrees the current temperature. your wind out of the north at 12 miles per hour. so that's bringing in some dry air right now. 81 in manassas. warmth, too
reported incident of this kind of assault in that city in the last month. pat collins spoke to one of the victims and explained why the attack is considered so brazen. >> reporter: four attacks in springfield in the past month. police believe it may be the work of the same man, and now it appears the number of victims may be five. police out in springfield investigating a series of fondling attacks on young women here. today a detective talking to yet another victim. we call her rosa. she said she was attacked on september 19th as she was coming home with her daughter. she spoke through an interpreter. >> translator: we were walking down the sidewalk when all of a sudden i felt somebody walking behind me. once i turned around he started touching me. touching me around my breasts. and then i started screaming and my daughter started screaming, he started running back. >> reporter: all of these attacks have happened on residential streets where you're more likely to feel safe, and let your guard down. mo monticello boulevard, 9:30 in the morning, a 26-year-old woman attacked down the
later than y h usual. a city policy extending alcohol sales and if you plan on going out on sunday night metro rail is only open until midnight. >>> a bizarre attack on a d.c. street this morning and now police are looking for their suspect while the victim searches for her dog. >>> and the movement to change the name of tyson's corner. >>> plus, the real fright for many this halloween. a pumpkin spice latte shortage. what many are worried about the >>> it seems just like everything in the tyson's corner is changing. more buildings, more residents and more metro stations. the board of supervisors want to cut the corner out of tyson's corner. talked to some residents who aren't buying it. >> reporter: the change is unofficial, but that's not a consulation to some who lived in the area for years. >> i think the region reinvented itself. i live in vienna and drive through here all the time. it was tyson's corner back then and great thing to have a tyson's corner now. >> reporter: what if you didn't grow up knowing it as that or recently relocated to the area. obviously, you don't have
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